You'd think this would be a depressing article with the title but it isn't.
Echoing Vault-Co sentiments going back a decade, it illustrates the huge gulf between people born botched and bungled and those imbued with the right stuff. There is a type of person who takes a problem and turns it into a bigger problem. I'd say 8 out of 10 people are exactly like this. The remaining 20% can take a problem and make it vanish by providing a solution. The problem solvers are always heavily outnumbered by the problem creators.
Never forget this. The bad guys always heavily outnumber the good guys, for reasons we have discussed many times up here. The consensus is never right, because after all, it is the consensus. 8 out of 10 people don't solve problems, they make them.
The world is designed to accommodate the problem makers because they are so much more numerous than problem solvers. We can guess the reason for this is that most of these people were not part of nature's remnant. They were never intended to survive long enough to get tenure and form committees. Civilization provided an easy living for almost anyone willing to conform and these people are the result. They will have their boot at your neck before you can blink.
You notice as the problems get worse, these people create more of them and add to the heap of dilemmas. Their instincts are always wrong, about everything. Bad instincts, bad people.